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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Transports Bearing Italian Soldiers Lie Off Shore Awaiting ANOTHER FLEET SAILS FOB CONSTANTINOPLE European Countries Watchfm Events in Quarrel Between -r Turks and WHAT-ITS ALL ABOUT. Italy demands that which for 300 years has dominat- ed surrender all of her right to Italy so that it can develop the colony. Tripoli is very fertile on the a desert in the but capable of great development. ______ 4 a e OF RIVALS. ifelian army comprises 225.000 active and total of ready for field. Turkey's arm has fight- rnjen under arms and a re- serve strength of all fight- s ing of the best character. Unfffruinately few of them could be transferred to Tripoli because of of transpoi'ts and guard- Italy's navy has twelve battle- 23 cruisers and numerous submarines and torpe- do- bonts. Turkey has one first class cruis- the built at Cramps and a number of worn out old warships which are utterly use- less. Sept. The entire Italian navy is now in commission and word is ily expected that Benghasi and Berna have been occu- pied under the protection of the fleet. It is admitted that Turkey's action In sending a transport to Berna will not be pardoned. The country is wildly excited over prospects of war. Advises from Constantinople say the is weakening and is willing to grant liberal trade concessions to It- aly providing her territorial integrity is respected. France and Germany have sent warships to Tripoli to pro- tect their interests there. The Italian plan of campaign com- prises a blockade off the coast of Tripoli. If any move is made on the it larger force hand must be landed is admitted a than is now on The powers are directing their efforts toward keep- ing the fight localized. All nations are pledged to neutrality but there is a strong undercurrent of suspicion. Diplomats admit the situation is seri- ous as any outward act by a nation would be resented by other powers. Up to the present there has been little -excitement in Constantinople over the threatened war. The feast of Barram is being observed and no ara tfeing pulpished so that the people are ignorant of the serious Italy is wildly excited and reservists are flocking to the colors. More than 90 per cent have ._ answered the call. of anti-militarists Wholesale have been made and they will be held without trial at convenience of the gov- ernment. Warships Off Coast. 28. Immediate hos- are looked for in Tripoli. Ad- vices from Constantinople state that on Page TURKEY'S NAVY MAY BE BUT SULTAN COULD MAKE THINGS INTERESTING FOR ITALY IF FIGHTING WAS TO BE DONE ASHORE. E CASTS UP TWO VICTIMS TODAY'S PAPER. _____ afternoon newspaper is purely a product of the the time when is not either to do that ought to be done or to LEARN WHAT HAS HAP- PENED IN THE WORLD OF TO- DAY. conditions of and thinking and work- us the afternoon paper. And as people HAVE TO HAVE ITS THEY ARE GLAD TO HAVE ITS ADVERTISING Evidence of Triple Murder at Keileys Island Discovered By Fisherman on North Shore Today Confirms Earlier Theory. Although Turkey's navy is use less compared to Italy's array of mod ern fighting the sultan might make it interesting for his prospective foe if the fighting was to he done oa land. Under the Young Turks' regime the sultan's army has been excellently and drilled in the most up-to-date methods of war- fare. Turkey has a standing army of with reserves. Interlocutory Decree oi Divorce Granted Which Will Be Ef- fective in 30 days. NEW Sept. Walter L. the joung millionaire of j MAKES NEW EYELIDS. KANSAS Sept. The eyelids of the rlev Joseph pastor of the Catholic church near which were burned when a lamp ex- ploded in his have been re- placed by new ones constructed from pieces of skin. The cuticle was cut .ptiest's and grafted on ffr the stumps of the over which he has al- most complete muscular control. Blue from Louise was granted a who divorce several weeks ago eloped with Frederick a plumber's son. Justice Clark handed down the de- cision after heajing the testimony of four witnesses against Mrs Suydam and was named as the corespondent. The decree will not be n confirmed until thirty days have IHSUrgent SenatCf and until that time has j Noble and Mrs. Suydam not be able to accord ing to the- young woman at they intend to do. A surprise developed during the hearing of the when it became known that divorce papers were Said to Serve on Reception Committee Was Enuf. COUNCIL Sept. 2S to Prosecutor Tha She Gave Morphine By Mistake. NEW Sept. bodies of the mother and ounger sister of Annie who is charged with the murder of another were exhumed today. The cor- oner turned the remains over to an autopsy chemist. The tiio died within j a month It is known that' Bodies of Two Foreigners Who Disappeared a Week Ago With One Shot the Other With Throat and Both Horribly Are Has Cluet Defense Lays Emphasis Upon Charge of Entrapment of Officials. QUOTES SPEECH OF TAFT Ghastly as was the finding last Saturdav afternoon of the nude body of Antonio murdered foreign Quarry in the lake off the north shore of Keileys the horror of the islanders was Intensified Thursday morning when Alfred returning to the island in. j his small reported that he had seen in the lake close to the on the north shore not far from where Vicaiio's body was tie untie bodies of two men to all had met die same fate. While they had been in the water for some probably a and were in poor it was almost certainly established. after they were take that the bodies were those of Antonio Berli and Jun two of the five men roc-iaed together. ncario was a and two others left the island last Friday on the steamer Kirby and are now being suspected of the triple murder. The bodies found Thursday had been horribly mutilated. One man bad his throat his abdomen cut open and he had baen repeatedly stabbed in the apparently with a stilletto. The other had a ballet wound i his head and was also staObed in the back. Like a Prize Fight Than a Judicial Declares The triple murder first alter the peculiar disappear-j ance of two of Vicaiio's camp house companions had been appears to be borne out.by the finding of two moie bodies in the lake off Keileys j Island Thursday morning Immediate- ly after word of the finding of the Sept. ar- bcdies had been received Deputy guments on the petition in error filed Sheriff Staffler and Coioner Knoble by attorneys for Rodnev J. Diegle' took.a to'he i an investigation into the latest de- commenced before the velopment of the blotfdy affair. were court here -today. The arguments were to two hours on each When Erne first saw the two bodies on the he wanted to run in side. Attorney General Hogan andtdcser but the sea was tunning lather. Prosecutor E. C. Turner represented the state. leported the facts to Undet taker W Emphasis was laid by attorneys for L. Buigej immediately upon his ar- Diegle upon the fact that the state IBE-- BIB TO m Others Ignore Request of stitutional League Platform. for offleials were entrapped by the detec tives and that because of this there shojuld conviction. -Tip- Tne latter in turn notified Cor- oner Knoble and the sheriff's office here. Sheriff Center was out of the city Thursday morning on the subject of entrapment Attor-iiff Staffler went to Keileys ill ney Belcher quoted from a newspaper was account of President Tart's speech Cleveland looking up a last week in Kansas concerning the' clue murder mystery. It was LITTLE INTEREST SHOWN Some Talk Now of Launching -StraightrOtrt Progressive in Of tb.6 three avowed candidates sending of detectives to Harvard to earned ednesday that the constitutional delegates from catch students in which the belonging to the missing men who are v_. 5 said he had no sympathy with of the were .hipped her practice. cleveland Belcher declared Diegle's trial was' days like a prize fight than a tms and asserted the rec-i of the case was full of errors. characterized it as most in- sister famous proposition ever prosecuted in any j Many alleged errors were cited byj There are several it was intended to information in run- the matter. It was that it might be neces- administered morphine to Elsie by mistake. Branding as ridiculous the charge that she murdered her two sisters and I Diegle's both her Miss Crawford de- eral thousand pages of testimony and I clared that the life insurance earned citations of authorities for the court by the four deceased persons was Ito and a decision is not ex- barely enough to defray the funeral Pected costs. She said the insurance car- f on Page President Taft invaded Iowa ried on the lives of her mother j served upon Mrs Suydam in her taB-I at Council Bl.ffs.jaid twoi sister was an- the band's house on Sept which was several days before she and left Blue Point ..Also it was testified that she confessed her with Noble to two witnesses who visited her in the apartments where she has been dwelling in New York Tne last witness was John E. Ketch- am of Patchogue. He said he visited Mrs. Suydam in New York with Jo- seph Mr. Stiydam's counsel. j When they arrived he said the young woman was alone After a few min- utes she jumped up and comes and ran into the hall. Ketchum hoard a loud which he was sure wad a and then Mrs Suydam re-entered with Noble. Both then admitted Ketcham federation Receives Telegram With No Reference to Ulti- matum Sent Officials. Dennison. Ft Iowa Here Waterloo Webster and Achlej. thaa In this he was in territory i to refute the theory advanced bv Dis- but this afternoon unades the insur-1trict Attorney St. Clair Adams that don't necessar- that His friends aie his reception in gents' well satisfied with Kansas. Senator re- fused to ride on the Taft special when other local politicians boarded it at Council Bluffs. Although Governor Senator KPPVOTI and others boarded the trim CVmmipb salil he would do no more than servo on the reception committee when Taft reach- ed Des Momes named in the affidavit and that also FIVE BURNED TO DEATH Sept. I erped for gain constituted the mo- tive. Mary Crawford died June supposedly of acute meningitis. Her mother died July 15. death being ascribed to uremia Her Wai- i ter died on July Uremia and tuberculosis weie stated j the causes j Miss Annie Crawfoid urs tl.f bcne- ficiarv of the life insurance policies j carried on the lives of all four of her j rieid and her two surviving j sisters have insurance upon Iher- her favor The insurance j policies are stated Sept. a flight of 103 nrles in 115 Aviator C P tal flyer landed here this afternoon I Rodgers left X. this morning and at nearly a mile a minute gait throughout his flight. but Dr. J. P. has replied to the request oi the Erie County Constitutional Con- vention league for a declaration ol principles and platform. The avowed candidates are Judge E. B. King and R. B. Fisher. Graefe mav become a If a quorum is present this matter may be considered at the meeting ot the league Thursday evening at court house. The_s abject assigned for discussion is Tlie Re- ferendum and the the sams that had been assigned for the past two veeks. Those actively interest- ed in the Inline are hopeful that thera will be iarge attendance. _ _ Tire ISC'F of fntcrest fir 1 in the oigacizafioa has been j me ut Lias j to those who hoped for a i large but it is no sur- JUal-l tn anmti ThnT-ix be because he's corner- Showers tonight and warmer. jauiic at 7 a. one year 54. _ in uses Friday at a. m. and EMIGRANT Sept. at 5 17 p m. Aviator resumed bis transcuu-i Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours to have been for tinental flight from here this ending at noon today. IS miles west at Fowler Starts Again. they had had many long sailing trips and tour dollars upon the the Eight hundred I no0n. on Great South bav which mi-ht well ranging in age from four to were I have been made grounds for a divorce. burned to death today when an at- Me 1 of her father 3' Wednesday afternoon Justice Clarke awarded the interlocu- tory decree. kerosene. Three others were so bad- ly burned they may die. Sept. the re- ceipt of a telegram from Vice Presi- dent of New prac- tically declining to discuss further the recognition of the system federa- tion on the Harriman presi- dents of the unions affiliated with the fereration met today to decide upon plans for calling a general strike of the Harriman roads. The system federation officials gave the Harriman line until noon today to grant them another conference Vice President Kruttschnitt hurried to New York to confer with the other officials of the Harriman lines. To- day he wired the system federation officials what they declare was an am- biguous message in which he merely stated that the officials of the lines thought they had always dealt fairly with the men and if the workers did not realize this the officials saw no of convincing them. No refer- ence was made in the the leaders to the ultima- tum. According to officials of the strike of the federation men is in- BEARS FIGHJ MORGAN AND BE A T HIM DOWN policy were paid. Pa. Sept _5 J Mc- Kmley. 35. of a decorator employed by the T. C. Wilmot Co.. walked off a scaffold HP fell fifteen feet and landed on his head. BEATEN IN WALL NEW Sept was a stampede of bears to cover ket had not recovered today from the their contiaets. which they were corn- excitement attending the Iraids of j pelled to do at heavy In BY HbLPS BOOM CALGARY prise to some. I clence that some it j ible to secirre adoption of their j have sort 'of oa j the other the plan ta maintalnr I an organisation that does not stand i for an j in particular does not appeal to many. There is some talk. 1 ot r. to cjganize a Progres- sive leagve which wouIJ take a posi- i stsnd for the initiarne and refer- home etc. Such an or- i ganization. some would have I a larger membershij and arouse mora enthusiasm Those not in sympathy 1 with the socallec1 progressive ideas i if they organize -a Conservative or Stand-pat league. Drawing the Line on The Liquor Question A staff correspondent of the United Press sends the following from a booming city in which a number of Sanduskians are interested. COLUMBUS. 0.. Sept Candi- dates foj the -conven- tion thioughout tne state are being sounded out as to whfre they stand OH the liquor aad it is said that a Pgiu will be only aaamst chose who its electric light and power plant. jits waterworks also the best _d side f sues left in the town. but the AnUlsaloon Calgan stalled in the stieut car to business a year anfl a half ago. The flrst six months tbe paid one of the highest system federation a the bears upon J. P Wednes- day in which they won but. the afternoon the bears obtained con- trol of the market and prices melted The statemet of the United States awav At the close of the turbulent I Steel corporation that desolation the bears retired from the dismtregation was not contemplated victorious. was responsible for one of the wildest The first transaction in steel was scenes recently enacted upon the New I the largest block with- York stock exchange and at the in recent with the exception of it was believed that J P Morgan and his followers were beaten to a stanfl- still by the bears. -Anti-Morgan bankers are credited a 45.000 share block on last Friday. The prices touched a gain of The preferred rose Lehigh Yal- ley Union Pacific and other with having broken the market byj favorite speculatives issues from tuo forcing Wabash bonds on Wall to four points Never before had when Wall Street was not ready such quantities of steel stock been receive Wabash bonds. It is cur-1 dealt in. The total for the first fif- rentlv reported that Mr. Morgan hasj teen minutes was more than called a conference to start a stren- uous bull campaign. The market was in a state of com- plete confusion throughout the day The range of in some exceeded six points. A peculiar feature of Wednesday's shares and for half and The decline was as relentless as the j advance. Bear tiaders took when they saw the gains were being' t and resumed operations. At times during the tbe mar- kef was almost demoralized. The evitable and will be called Saturday. President Kline said the men trading was that it resulted in tbe made every effort to settle the diffi-i utter rout of both the bull and tal transactions for cultf. bear factions. At the there i largest of the year. close was nervous and unsettled. To- tbe day were This the most important a of and in though manufacturing wholesale and tne system was more than doubled immigration center between Vancouv- i in a proat of S55i. jer and is different from the S15 net out of sross of i average American that is pros- 77S_ which wasa t bad for an as to Mt. and booming. and new business. The pioflts I Calgary isn't it started to grow never below ls per Knt per annum on the half miUkm. dollars to have tendencies towards the of the issue Several prospective the bus within the past each one of them tas id on tor Polum- f av-s and t days and f temnefan to BEATS POWER TRUST. At Winnipeg. the power trust has charged a mliimum of a year for each horse-power of elcctricitj The will soon com- plete a' plant to sell the same amount of current for 11387. Rather than the trust which owns a bie plant and the car has offered to sell and the negotiations have about been completed by which the citj will pav and ass-ume keep the liquor cniebtion out of thr the system cost As tbe piofits in-' constitutional but from orease mind r.resent indications it premises to are really net aftei payments ofl one Of the KSUPS that sinking fund and depiecia- ccms up consideration mi- the wages of the men will be uative and the re- and alreadj much of the call of judges will also i pronii- surplas is going into extensions nent parr in the fV- tfcmly settled wheie a taking it h.- corporation would not build. be a one Wniih brings cheap home sites into it has been definite tblt close jouch with the knocks j if the legislature is ftt jt -win be either in op Calgary decided it Or even May has 'ons wanted manu- i good time to get he --olons back amied 500000 o bonds forhe propr- and wholesale so it ja week's work oi oonas tot tne proper pnrchaspd ab0ut 900 acres within of -the limits and site at at attend to aa4 withm the last five and eaeh year since the gone ahead with greater speed. But it is taking time to build Calgary owns its own street car sys- plus 4 1-2 per cent interest to the Wate of to bona entorprises. And 'these sites and impnrvements thereon 'are exempt from taxation until on Page session will not in- dranswi oat than is It ttlso be held at such _ time not interfere work at oa KWSPAPLRl EWSPAPKJRI   

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